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FOX Business
Dec 8, 2013 2:00am EST
for obama and they still can't get it rig. >> fox news by the way is more efficient than what ted turner created. i had to throw that in, forgive me. it is simple though. basically in the private sector you have a bottom line. in the public sector it's just a bottomless pit, right? >> that's right. it's not simply that the private sector does it better but that they are constantly looking for ways to be more innovative, more effective. when you look at the cyber monday sales from this year, they're increased by 17 and a half percent over last year and making it easier for people to purchase through their tablets, their phones. this is someing that completely eludes the federal government. >> rick, let me put out hope here. the president has a lot of contacts in silicon valley, any chance he can get some of those guys working on his website? >> i'm told there is a number of people from silicon valley involved so far. we still have issues on the back end but they're addressing them. >> quickly, john, go ahead. >> i think he got the people from web van, but the bigger picture here is
FOX Business
Dec 8, 2013 9:00am EST
that rick is talking about that needs to be spent, invested into new businesses. that's the genesis of economic growth. capital investments. >> while small businesses are getting hurt, the big businesses have been doing fine. in fact, look what happened with the obama recovery compared to the bush expansion. the top one percent, we're hearing a lot about them, they had an expansion of 65% during bush. during the obama so called recovery they got 93%. so the rich have all these special deals which is helping them get more money while the poor are losing. >> i hear what you are saying. here's the thing. we see time and again these poll significances say we do want pro growth economic policies but they show up in washington d.c. and i think they got some kind of stockholm syndrome where they do their krony capitalism to redistrict and that doesn't work. mike is right. all new job creation over the last decade or so comes from the small business startups and, boy, they're getting crushed and it's really, really bad. we are penalizing success and by the way, david, we have been at this w
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